Building a database

Posted by user on 05 Oct 2015

It is with great pleasure and pride we announce the fifth beta of our quasardb 2.0 release. Things are getting exciting as we are approaching the final release!

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Tags: history, nosql, quasardb, release, Uncategorized

Automatically mounting instance stores on an AWS AMI

Posted by user on 13 Aug 2015

On Amazon's EC2, using EBS as the backend storage for your application has been the de-facto standard. Using the local storage of an EC2 container is risky: data loss occurs when a container is stopped and it is not replicated by default. As such, people should default to using EBS, which is Amazon's version of a SAN.

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Tags: administration, amazon, aws, quasardb, Uncategorized

Chaotic testing

Posted by user on 22 Mar 2015

The stabilization algorithm - quasardb is a distributed, peer-to-peer database based on the Chord Algorithm. It is actually much more than that, but for the purpose of this post we will focus on the Chord algorithm and one fundamental process: stabilization.

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Tags: quasardb, testing, Uncategorized

quasardb on Microsoft Azure

Posted by user on 06 Feb 2015

Getting your hands on quasardb has never been that easy. With just a few mouse clicks you can deploy your own quasardb server in Microsoft Azure.

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Tags: azure, quasardb, Uncategorized

How fuzzing helped us find a nasty bug

Posted by user on 08 Jul 2013

> The issue described in this post has been fixed in quasardb 1.0.1 released today. We strongly encourage our customers to upgrade their clusters. This issue can cause a denial of service if an attacker has access to the network where your quasardb cluster is installed.

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Tags: c++, fuzzing, quasardb, testing, Uncategorized

Function composition in C++11

Posted by user on 19 Nov 2012

There is a lot of code in this post, it will probably not compile "as is" because of missing headers or compiler's incompatibilities. Nevertheless, we made available through our open source initiative the full working library on github. It has been tested on Clang 3.1, gcc 4.6.1 and MSVC 11 on FreeBSD, Linux and Windows.

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Tags: boost, c++, functional, quasardb, Uncategorized